prestigeful


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prestigeful

(prɛˈstiːʒfʊl)
adj
another word for prestigious1
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30) Interestingly, Amyot in his 1969-70 study also noted that the 'life of the farmer is not seen as prestigeful [sic]'.
Peter Blake, a prestigeful figure in the circle, also relies more on the charm of his personality than on the production of substantial works.
It is a social question since certain forms of speech are admired, prestigeful, codified and promulgated while others are accorded low esteem, stigmatized, ridiculed and avoided.